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Live Organ and a Movie The Goonies Pittsburg Sunday Mar 24 1:30pm       $6.50

Live Organ and a Movie The Goonies

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04 Days 21 Hours 18 Minutes

This event begins with Dave Moreno playing the theater’s historic Robert Morton Organ with a selection of themed musical pieces. The main feature, “Goonies”, follows a band of kids who live in the “Goon Docks” neighborhood of Astoria, Oregon, attempt to save their homes from demolition and in doing so, discover an old Spanish map that leads them on an adventure to unearth the long-lost fortune of One-Eyed Willy, a legendary 17th-century pirate. During the entire adventure, they are chased by a family of criminals, who want the treasure for themselves. Bring your kids to the movies!

When: Sunday Mar 24 1:30pm

Where: California Theatre

351 Railroad Ave Pittsburg CA

Admission: $6.50

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Contact: Carolyn August,, 925-427-1611

Category: Film/Plays 14 id: 14998

The Little Giants 1958 Los Pequeos Gigantes San Francisco Monday Apr 1 7:00pm      

The Little Giants 1958 Los Pequeos Gigantes

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13 Days 02 Hours 18 Minutes

The Little Giants (1958, Los Pequeños Gigantes) 987 minutes; Blu-ray courtesy of the Academy of Motion Pictures The Little Giants is the true story of how a Little League baseball team from Monterrey, Mexico, with limited resources—some of its members were barefoot street-children recruits—managed to travel to the United States beating impossible odds, win the 1957 World Series with the only perfect game in Little League championship history. Here, director and co-screenwriter Hugo Butler (Hugo Mozo) with co-screenwriter Edward Huebsch (alias Eduardo Bueno) perfect the revolutionary docufiction style, combining elements of documentary and narrative fiction. All of the players from the Monterrey team, including pitcher Ángel Macías, play themselves in the film recreating actual events and borrowing from cinema vérité, improvising their lines. Like Crusoe, the film, produced by George Pepper (alias George P. Werker) is a commentary on colonialism and entitlement. It has become popularized in Mexico, probably because of its metaphoric associations to David and Goliath; the colonized facing off with their imperialist masters. It is also a metaphor for the blacklisted artists vs. their McCarthyite censors. The team’s victory and ensuing fame—partially owing to the Olmec Productions film—changed the course of Monterrey, Mexico. The team became legendary throughout Mexico, boosting its town’s economy. Most of the players went onto successful careers that enabled them to raise two generations of professionals.

When: Monday Apr 1 7:00pm

Where: San Francisco Art Institute Osher Lecture Hall

800 Chestnut San Francisco CA

Admission: 0


Contact: Katie,, 415-351-3512

Category: Film/Plays 14 id: 14886